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Sony PSP Photo Viewer TIFF File Handling Buffer Overflow

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Release Date:  2005-09-26    Last Update:  2006-07-21    Views:  27,057

Secunia Advisory SA16922

Where:

From remote

Impact:

System access

Solution Status:

Vendor Patch

CVE Reference(s):

Description


A vulnerability has been reported in Sony PSP, which potentially can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system.

The vulnerability is caused due to a boundary error in the TIFF library when processing a specially crafted TIFF image.

This may be related to:
SA15320

The vulnerability has been reported in firmware version 2.0. Other versions may also be affected.


Solution:
Update to firmware version 2.01 or later.

Original Advisory:
http://pspupdates.qj.net/2005/09/20-overflow-found-and-working.html

Deep Links:
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